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  • fredag 19. marts 2010 Totalt nederen sted – her sker ikk’ en skid 1001 stories of Denmark European Heritage Days 1st preparatory meeting Paris, 19 March 2010 Mette Bom, web consultant, The Heritage Agency of Denmark
  • The Heritage Agency of Denmark
    • preserves, maintains og develops heritage sites
    • administers and advises on historic buildings, sites and monuments
    • administers state subsidies for approximately 120 Danish museums
      • makes cultural heritage relevant and accessible for the public
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  • fredag 19. marts 2010 www.1001stories.dk sound, images and text ” Stålværket er stadig vildt råt og ægte…” ” The sugar factory on Lolland was..” ” Danfoss isn’t the only industry at Als” ” I think you should visit Sønderho and Fanø…” ” An entire industry was buildt on Bornholms rawmaterials” ” Herining textile industry was one of the most…” ” Christiansborg chapel survived the fire in 1884” View slide
  • About 1001 stories
    • First of a kind in Europe!
    • 1001 stories, 50 themes
    • 180 experts are involved
    • Budget: 1,3 mio €
    • Places vary from ancient tombstones, highway bridges, modern architecture, renaissance palaces and manors to ”Christiania”
    • website won’t be censured but edited
    • Launch May 5th 2010
    fredag 19. marts 2010 View slide
  • 1001 stories wants to:
      • Share knowledge and excitement about 1001 significant sites in DK
      • Involve and encourage users to experience the sites and see them for themselves
      • Encourage users to participate in the storybuilding
    fredag 19. marts 2010
  • 1001 stories wants to:
      • be a catalyst for dialogue-driven userinvolvement media in heritage-communication
      • Be an innovative means of co-operation between public authorities and the public
      • develop a common platform for heritage
      • Inspire our partner-institutions
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  • 1001 fortællinger
    • Target group :
      • domestic and foreign tourists
    • Characteristics :
      • multiple storytelling
      • user-involving website
      • social media platform - the first in Danish state agencies
      • contributing to the experience economy
    fredag 19. marts 2010
  • 1001 features
    • 1001 places – facts and a good story (200 word counts)
    • 50 themes - the ’greater’ story of Denmark
    • English/Danish (possibly German)
    • Sound, video, pix
    • Timeline
    • Links, tags, recommendations, best of…
    • Mobile applications (iPhone)
    • Googlemaps/GPS and widgets
    fredag 19. marts 2010
  • Story sample: Gisselfeld manor
    • The largest 16th century manor on Zealand Gisselfeld between Haslev and Næstved has been traced back to 1381. One of Denmark's largest estates and most powerful estates ever since, it now has 3,850 hectares of forest, fields and meadows. In 1755, Gisselfeld became a home for unmarried ladies of nobility, supervised by a "senior director" from the Danneskiold-Samsøe family. The three-winged main building was built by Peder Oxe in 1547-75 in a transitional style spanning late Gothic to Renaissance. It is one of the largest manor houses from the period. The impressive romantic park was landscaped in the 19th century complete with a carp pond and orangery. In fact, Hans Christian Andersen wrote his famous fairytale The Ugly Duckling while visiting Gisselfeld.
    • He showed his grandfather and the king who was boss
    • When eighteen-year-old nobleman Peder Oxe returned home in 1537 after a long study trip, his father, Johan, had died and his inheritance hung in the balance. Johan Oxe had bought Gisselfeld from its owner, who was deep in depth, but his own father-in-law, Mogens Gøje, claimed first rights to buy and had the deeds annulled. Peder Oxe took his grandfather to court - and won. Peder Oxe went on to become one of Denmark's richest men in charge of state finances. But he made powerful enemies. In 1558, they seized their chance. Peder Oxe was forced into exile, and his property was taken away. But when Denmark found itself at war with Sweden in 1566, and its money vaults were empty, the king could no longer manage without his efficient minister of finance. Peder Oxe returned home and reclaimed both his estates and position.
    • By Carsten Porskrog Rasmussen, associate professor, University of Aarhus
    fredag 19. marts 2010
  • Story sample: Christiania
    • Christiania - Hippie Heaven
    • In 1971, the Armed Forces retreated from the barracks in Bådsmandsstræde in Christianshavn. And the same year, young squatters from Copenhagen moved in with a dream of living along alternative lines – both in terms of lifestyle and organisation. Later, the free city spread to include the inner and outer ramparts almost up to Refs Peninsula. Christiania's almost 40-year history has been tainted by conflicts and tugs of war between the Christianites and the state, though. The state wants legislation and normalisation, which contradicts with the basic idea of Christiania as a free city and the charm and creativity this inspires.
    • We will survive
    • "Christiania is a live budding life, a green plant growing between the cobblestones. Clauses cannot create but they can crush. Don't let that happen!" This was what architect Steen Eiler Rasmussen wrote about Christiania's flourishing building culture. After all, the buildings are an important part of what people find is special about the place. The many alternative shapes and colours break from usual ideas of what houses should look like. Creativity and new building mindsets have blossomed because the Christianites have not been constrained by building permits and planning permission. That's partly what is special about Christiania and what attracts tourists from all over the world.
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  • Looks are not everything!
    • - But they go a long way
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  • fredag 19. marts 2010 Front page
  • fredag 19. marts 2010 Timeline and most popular content
  • fredag 19. marts 2010 Story page
  • fredag 19. marts 2010 Commenting and adding content
  • fredag 19. marts 2010 Profile page
  • 1001 contributions to European Heritage Days
    • First example of a participatory website on cultural heritage in Europe
    • example of technology used as means of creating a dialogue between public authorities and the public
    • example of heritage storybuilding across nationality , gender, economic background and race
    • knowledge sharing; by Oct 2010 we shall have ’first mover’ experience to share with our EHD-colleagues
    fredag 19. marts 2010
  • Thanks!
    • See you all online at www.1001stories.dk
    fredag 19. marts 2010